Calling reading a ‘civil right,’ Richard Robinson joined Scholastic in 1964 and led the company for almost 50 years.
‘Publishing drives political accountability,’ the Association of American Publishers’ Maria A. Pallante says in her address.
Talking of ‘At Night All Blood Is Black’ as both ‘frightening’ and ‘powerful,’ the International Booker jury announces its 2021 selection.
In 2020, the report says, more than 71,000 audiobooks were published in the States, up 39 percent over 2019.
Trade books (consumer titles) were up 34.2 percent in March, and 24.9 percent year-to-date in the American market.
The Johns Hopkins Foreign Policy Institute fellow speaks with Mina Al-Oraibi about pandemic-era dynamics in the Arab region.
The new release is ‘World Book Capital’ and proceeds from is sales go to damaged bookshops and libraries in Gaza.
A lost novelist, ‘her whispering voice, fleeing depression,’ led this Egyptian poet to one of the biggest literary prizes in the world.
Demanding the detained writer’s release, the Belarusian PEN Centre unites with sister agencies on the freedom to publish.
Organizers have expanded the ‘Spotlight on Rights’ translation grants in 2021 in support for the book industry.